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Eastman MD-505, A Model Mandolin, Spruce Top, Maple Back/Sides

Price$855
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Acoustic Music Works
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
(424)
Sales
600+
Joined Reverb
2013

(NEW) Our fastest selling mandolin brand has long been Eastman, because of the incredible price to value ratio, but also because they are just GREAT sounding and performing instruments. Believe us when we say that over the last several years, we saw Eastman step up their game in a dramatic way, and these days we just can't get enough! The MD-505 is, simply put, the best A model in its price point.

  • Neck Material: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12"
  • Nut: Bone 1-3/32"
  • Fretwire: 23 Jescar FW37053
  • Scale Length: 13 7/8"
  • Body Style: A-Style w/ F-Hole
  • Body Dimensions: 26 11/16" x 10" x 1 7/8"
  • Body Top: Solid Spruce
  • Body Back/Sides: Solid Maple
  • Truss Rod: Single Acting
  • Binding: Top
  • Binding Material: Ivoroid
  • Logo: Pearl Headstock
  • Inlay: Pearl Dots
  • Side Dot Color: Black
  • Body Finish: Gloss Finish
  • Neck/Headstock Finish: Gloss Finish
  • Hardware Color: Nickel
  • Tailpiece: Eastman Cast Aluminum Tailpiece
  • Bridge: Adjustable Compensated Ebony Bridge
  • String Spacing: 1 5/8"
  • Nut Height: 0.018"
  • Tuners: Pingwell RM-1583N-26A
  • Strap Peg: Ebony
  • Strings: D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze 1140
  • Action Height: 0.060"/0.050"
  • Case: Hard Shell Case


Serial #N2101384
AMW Price: $855 (Online checkout, Eastman 2021 MAP price... purchases on Reverb.com may be subject to sales tax in your state!)

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